Here are all the things I’ll be taking to Thoughtbubble 2013 this weekend.

"Memory Cards: Glourious Beasts [edition]"

- A 3 character print collection of the characters from some of the video-games I used to play-and still do- along with some of my fondest memories whilst playing them.

"FACadES" 

- A short book of prints with designs incorporating a handful of African Tribes’ most worshipped gods/goddesses.

"Armos definitely just heard something…" 

- Inspired by the original Legend of Zelda NES game.

"The Inevitable Tussle"

- Inspired by Pokemon X/Y & Digimon. Let’s be honest, it really was inevitable…

"Flashy"

-Inspired by Francis Manapul’s ‘The Flash’ ongoing DC New 52 series.

"Ultramang [1966]" 

-Inspired by the 1966 Japanese TV show: Ultraman Hayata. The show really balances the awesome with the hilarious fight sequences.

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So that’s what I’ll be taking to Leeds with me. Really excited for this year’s show, it’s gona be huge!

I’ll be sharing space with Ted Brandt, Rosy Higgins & Tom Eddy on Table 103

So please come and say hi!

"The Inevitable Tussle"
As soon as the announcement came about the next Pokemon game introducing ‘Mega’ Pokemon evolutions it was hard to deny the Digimon fan in me which balked at the concept and thought it was a little too late and frankly quite unnecessary.
Anyway, it’s going to happen and I think it’ll be a fun thing to have in a game which has been a bit stale for quite sometime now.
This is a tribute to the ‘Mega’ evolutions from Digimon Adventure and Pokemon X & Y.
I also think I might produce a print version of this for Thoughtbubble in November which has very kindly been made available to me now in sharing a table.
Can’t wait, see you there! 

"The Inevitable Tussle"

As soon as the announcement came about the next Pokemon game introducing ‘Mega’ Pokemon evolutions it was hard to deny the Digimon fan in me which balked at the concept and thought it was a little too late and frankly quite unnecessary.

Anyway, it’s going to happen and I think it’ll be a fun thing to have in a game which has been a bit stale for quite sometime now.

This is a tribute to the ‘Mega’ evolutions from Digimon Adventure and Pokemon X & Y.

I also think I might produce a print version of this for Thoughtbubble in November which has very kindly been made available to me now in sharing a table.

Can’t wait, see you there! 

annie-mosity

buzzfeed:

The only way to respond when someone asks you “why do you write strong female characters.”

I loved this post more than I actually believed I would.

It’s great how it’s just ‘normal’ for these guys- and I write that is most moderate way possible, it’s hard not to come off as smarmy.

They’re not trying to prove anything.

I hope I can write as good for ANY one character as much as these geniuses do with many.